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continue to build your Community Center Proposal by identifying activities that promotes psychosocial development

Prior to completing this assignment, read Chapter 11 and 12 and Section 14.1 and 14.5 in your textbook and read The Development of Adolescent Social Cognition (Links to an external site.)

The purpose of this assignment is for you to continue working on elements that will become part of your Community Center Proposal Final Project. This week, you will be creating three activities that will become part of the infant room, early childhood room, and adolescent room of your center that address psychosocial development.

Using Erikson’s and/or Kohlberg’s theories of psychosocial and moral development, you will continue to build your Community Center Proposal by identifying activities that promotes psychosocial development.

Focus on the primary developmental tasks of each age period. For each of the three activities, write a paragraph that addresses the following:

  • Describe the age appropriate activity in some detail as it relates to developmental theory (provide more than just the name of the activity).
  • Identify the specific concept from psychosocial theory that supports the use of this activity.
  • Identify how the activity enhances psychosocial development (this can be emotional, cultural, and moral development) in the child and adolescent.

The Psychosocial Development Activities paper

Requirements: 2-3 pages

I have attached to previous two assignments that relate to this one. One of the main hits that I got were that there weren’t enough credible sources used.

 

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Psychosocial development is as important as physical and cognitive development. It is a concept that denotes the various ways an individual develops their personality and acquires social skills and attitudes as they move from infancy till they attain maturity (Burnett & Blakemore, 2009). Ensuring this happens is critical; considering doing so helps children grow into functional, productive members of society how are able to work and collaborate with the people around them (Burnett & Blakemore, 2009). In line with this, Kohlberg’s theory of moral development will serve as the guiding framework for the development of activities for my center’s infant, early childhood, and adolescent room.

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